Healing Helps the Divorce Process with Susan Guthrie
I had the honor of having a conversation with one of the top legends in the divorce better world, experienced Susan Guthrie who has been practicing family law as a litigator and most recently as a mediator for over 30 years and who is the host of the Divorce and Beyond Podcast. We discussed the benefits of healing before the divorce process and she shared how healing also helped transform her life after her divorce into the person and the life she wanted. If you are on the fence about whether to hire or recommend a therapist or coach to help you through your or your client's divorce, this is the episode for you!
Busting Divorce Myths and Doing Divorce Differently with Dr. Elizabeth Cohen and Susan Guthrie
Divorce can feel like an isolating and lonely experience. Few people who go through it realize that it doesn’t have to be that way and that it can be an empowering process and a way to start a new more intentional life.Clinical psychologist Dr. Elizabeth Cohen and Attorney Susan Guthrie join the podcast to discuss the upcoming Doing Divorce Differently Summit, a virtual event to help people dealing with divorce view the experience as an opportunity. Like any traumatic experience, the right guidance and healing tools can help you make it possible — even probable — that you can come out the other side a better, stronger, and happier person.The event will provide attendees with life-changing advice and support for whether they are just starting their divorce journey or have already completed it.On this episode of Divorce, Healthy!, Dr. Cohen and Susan talk about how they help couples divorcing and how they aspire to end stigmas around divorce.Having endured the darkness of her own divorce, Dr. Cohen’s upcoming book, “Light on the Other Side of Divorce,” is a healing program for those considering divorce, going through divorce, or even those who are on the other side of divorce legal proceedings.Susan was also inspired to enter into this line of work after navigating her own divorce experience. With more than 30 years of professional experience and national recognition for her legal and mediation expertise, Susan discusses restructuring the approach to court, as well as the benefits of online mediation (she’s been doing it virtually since before the pandemic).Tune in to this episode of Divorce! Healthy with Ashley-Nicole Russell, Collaborative Attorney serving Beaufort, Raleigh, and Greenville, NC to hear about the amazing work these women are doing to reshape the process and perception around divorce. Register for the Doing Divorce Differently Seminar. 💡 Featured Guests 💡Name: Dr. Elizabeth Cohen What she does: Dr. Cohen is a clinical psychologist and author of “Light on the Other Side of Divorce,” whose personal journey through divorce inspired her to refocus her practice and skills to guide others through the life-altering experience of divorce. Words of wisdom: “We [must] bust the myth that divorce has to be a failure, or that divorce has to be painful and heartbreaking. It's actually an opportunity and a choice.” Connect: Website | LinkedIn Name: Susan Guthrie What she does: Susan is nationally recognized as one of the top family law and mediation attorneys and has been helping people navigate divorce for more than 30 years. Susan also hosts an inspiring podcast, The Divorce and Beyond Podcast with Susan Guthrie, Esq. Words of wisdom: “Empowerment starts with you. Understand there's nothing different about your divorce, just as you've made other choices in your life, you have every right to make your decisions and choices in your divorce.” Connect: Website | LinkedIn 🗝️ Key Points 🗝️Top takeaways from this Divorce, Healthy! episode ★ We’re the only people we can control. Rather than thinking about divorce as a blame-game, or as a problem, refocus on what you want for yourself and out of this divorce process to truly empower yourself.★ It is possible to do divorce differently. Divorce doesn’t have to be the end of your life and it doesn’t have to be a high-conflict situation. The Doing Divorce Differently Summit (April 21, 2021) will lay out different options for the divorce process — from the legal proceedings to how to cope with divorce after the fact. Register HERE.★ Treat divorce like other life decisions. Just as you've made other choices in your life, do not abdicate all the big decisions in your divorce to lawyers or anyone else. Make your own choices, including how you choose to move through the legal process of divorce.⚡ Episode Insights ⚡[03:47] Empower yourself: When going through a divorce, turn the focus back on. You are the only person you can control and remembering that can empower you, says Dr. Cohen. “Even though we try so desperately to change other people, we really can't change anyone else.”[4:25] Not the end of your life: Ashley-Nicole explains how the divorce process offers an opportunity for you to build a thoughtful, new foundation for the rest of your life.[8:43] Doing divorce differently: Dr. Cohen shares a vision for what doing divorce differently can mean. “We can show up fully as ourselves,” she says.[09:28] Therapeutic approaches: The healing process can be aided through therapeutic, research-based techniques and strategies.[10:02] Purposeful next steps: Ashley-Nicole reflects on her own divorce journey.[12:13] Enlightened divorce: Ashley-Nicole brings in Susan Guthrie to discuss what people can expect from the Doing Divorce Differently Summit.[14:52] The pros of online mediation: Susan discusses why she started doing online mediation before the pandemic hit and how it can help the divorce process.[18:00] Nothing is preordained: How you go about your divorce, how you treat your partner, how you make decisions, it is entirely up to you, Susan explains. Nothing is decided for you.[22:07] When children are involved: Susan talks about how children change the dynamic in a divorce and why it’s best to stay out of court (and avoid ongoing arguing).[27:09] Learn from others: You can always learn from other people’s mistakes. The experts hosting the Divorce Differently Summit have all been through this personally and professionally. Connect with ANR Law⭐ To inquire about speaking engagements, purchase your copy of Ashley-Nicole’s book “The Cure for Divorce Culture,” or to schedule your private orientation meeting, head to www.anrlaw.com.⭐ You can also find us on social media @ANRLaw.⭐ Divorce Lawyer Ashely-Nicole Russell has law offices serving clients in Greenville, Raleigh, and Beaufort, North Carolina.⭐ Find a better way forward, right here, on Divorce, Healthy! Subscribe in your preferred podcast app.
Ep #18: Susan Guthrie: A Story of Pivoting and the Gift of Divorce
On Air with Molly Dare
Susan Guthrie is nationally recognized as a top family and mediation attorney in the United States. In this episode, Susan shares her wisdom from 30 years as a divorce attorney, including what she learned from her own divorce and how you can have “the talk” with your kids if you are going through a divorce. Listen in to learn why it’s important that we get away from the idea that divorce automatically has to equal conflict and start to think about divorce as, ultimately, a positive experience. You can find show notes and more by clicking here: https://www.mollydare.com/view-all-episodes/18
How to Mediate to Improve Communication and Own Your Role - with Susan Guthrie Ep 47
The Silver Lined ReLaunch
Mediation, especially when it comes to divorce, is something that can bring uneasy feelings even in the calmest of people. But today’s expert, Susan Guthrie, Nationally Recognized Top Family Law and Mediation Attorney, shares why mediation, or any time you’re presenting your side and having to listen to another’s side, is a golden opportunity to actually learn how to communicate more effectively. Not only does she give her top tips for facing your role in any situation, especially mediation, she shares what true communication should involve as well as the rewards waiting once you’re on the other side.
The Divorce and Beyond Podcast Host PRE-ORDER: My Dads Advice At 5:04 AM www.mydadsadvicebook.com Before we start, I need your help. Please let others know about the newsletter. If you or someone you know needs coaching, please click here and it will take you to the coaching page. My goal is to get the podcast in the top 100 Apple podcasts, and I can only do this with your help. Please leave a rating and review, share the link to the podcast with your social media followers, and support the guest on the podcast. I was so blessed to be on Susan Guthrie's "The Divorce and Beyond Podcast." She was a fun host and she really made me feel that I am actually making a dent in the Universe. Her brief bio: As an ADR professional it is my great honor to be a Co-Chair of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Section's Mediation Committee and as a Co-Chair of the Planning Committee for the Annual Advanced Mediation and Advocacy Skills Institute. I am also proud to be on the Board of the Southern California Mediation Association (SCMA) as well as acting as the Co-Chair of the SCMA's Membership/Communications Committee. After a year and a half as one of the co-hosts of the iTunes Top 10 podcast, BREAKING FREE: A MODERN DIVORCE PODCAST, I have launched a fresh, new, and inspiring podcast, THE DIVORCE & BEYOND PODCAST WITH SUSAN GUTHRIE, ESQ. which is focused on helping individuals and couples transition in a healthy and positive manner through divorce and separation, and more importantly, to provide them with the tools and resources to thrive in their life BEYOND! The podcast is available on all major podcast outlets or by visiting https://www.divorceandbeyond.podbean.com. New episodes are released every Monday morning at 6:00 a.m EST! As an online dispute resolution expert, I also work with individuals and companies in the legal field, as well as other professions, to provide training in the ethical and practical use of the online platform to expand their client base and accessibility through my company LEARN TO MEDIATE ONLINE. Our personalized training allows mediators and other professionals to quickly and efficiently add an online platform to their existing practice in only two hours! You can find out more at www.learntomediateonline.com. Please enjoy this episode where I get to be the guest. PRE-ORDER: My Dads Advice At 5:04 AM www.mydadsadvicebook.com PRE-ORDER: My Dads Advice At 5:04 AM www.mydadsadvicebook.com Tommy Maloney is the Executive producer and host of the podcast Blending The Family, where you can find on Apple Podcasts, Iheart Radio, Spotify, and Stitcher Radio. Tommy has spoken at TEDx, Ignite Fort Collins, and Keynote Speaker at Everything Dad Convention. He even has won speaking awards through Toastmasters International. The author of the book "25 Tips For Divorced Dads." "Why not you, Why Not Me" and His new book, "My Dad's Advice At 5:04 AM" is coming out in 2020. He has written for magazines: The Good Men Project, Modern Gladiator, and Nurture Magazine. Plus, he has been a guest writer. Tommy enjoys a good red blend while writing or hiding from the family. A dad to Betsy, Becca, Connor, and Duke (RIP), Otis. A husband to Ann. Podcast music by Twisterium / freebackgroundtracks.net Contact him at Tommy@BlendingTheFamily.com TEDx Talk: https://youtu.be/azG2K47iz4Q Blog: http://blendingthefamily.com/blog/ Podcast: http://blendingthefamily.libsyn.com/ Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tommy-maloney/id958223196?mt=2 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/tommy-maloney/blending-the-family Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thetommymaloney The Good Men Project: https://goodmenproject.com/author/tommy-maloney/ Medium: https://medium.com/@thetommymaloney Calendly: calendly.com/thomasdmaloneyjr
61. #FEMSQUIRE Series: Lawyer/Disruptor Susan Guthrie, Esq.
Wake Up Call
Susan Guthrie, reformed lawyer turned business coach, escaped death - not once, but twice - at a very young age. She shares this incredible experience as casually as you or I might order a latte at Starbucks. It's no surprise she went on to be a successful attorney and law firm owner, and very much ahead of her time started an online law business (way before COVID) and has catapulted her business into a thriving coaching business. Susan is an innovator and a disruptor - recognizing ways to do business better before the world's circumstances even necessitated it. This is what has allowed her to be a leader in the field. Included in this conversation: The TWO experiences that brought Susan very close to death. How she overcame the trauma of those experiences - and how it affects her today. The experience of contemplating one's mortality when death seems imminent. Why (and how) she became a lawyer How she discovered online lawyering was the way to go long before the rest of us. How she transitioned away from the practice of law + litigation. What she does now to bring home the bacon. How you can get in on that too. Find out more about Susan Guthrie here: https://divorceinabetterway.com/ Follow Susan Guthrie on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/susanguthrieesq/ Follow me on Instagram: www.Instagram.com/theprev Watch Wake Up Call Live! on Facebook: www.Facebook.com/wakeupcallthepodcast Want to be a guest on Wake Up Call? Let's talk. Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Is it possible to mediate a high-conflict divorce? This episode features Susan Guthrie, nationally recognized family law mediator and attorney, pioneer in online mediation, trainer, podcast host, and speaker. Susan shares that the key component of freedom in the context of high-conflict divorce is to accept that your (former) spouse will not change and to take responsibility for “your side of the street.” Find Susan at learntomediateonline.com and mostenguthrie.com. Download and subscribe to The Divorce and Beyond Podcast, available on Stitcher, iTunes, Spotify, Podbean, and iHeartRadio.
Negotiating your BEST Divorce Settlement with Top Family Law Attorney & Mediator Susan Guthrie, Esq.
Moms Moving On: Navigating Divorce, Single Motherhood & Co-Parenting.
The scariest part of divorce is that fight to the finish - the one where you're hoping to get everything you want, but the thought of having to negotiate and argue your way through it sounds as daunting as can be. Enter Susan Guthrie, Esq, top family law attorney and mediator with over 30 years experience. It's her experience, coupled with her commitment to helping uncoupling couples work through "divorce in a better way," that makes her a stand-out in the divorce community. And lucky for us, she's sharing her tips on making it to the divorce finish line - negotiations an all - as smoothly as possible. You're going to love these tips, especially Susan's outlook on divorce being an opportunity - a good one! Susan Guthrie, nationally recognized as one of the Top Family Law and Mediation Attorneys in the country, has been helping individuals and families navigate separation and divorce for 30 years. Susan provides online divorce mediation and legal coaching services to select clients around the world. As a leading dispute resolution professional, Susan is honored to serve on the Executive Council of the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Section of Dispute Resolution as the Membership Officer and to be a Co-Chair of the Mediation Committee. Susan recently launched her fresh and inspiring new podcast, The Divorce and Beyond Podcast with Susan Guthrie, Esq. (www.divorceandbeyondpod.com) which debuted on iTunes' “Top Podcasts” List for self-help podcasts! Divorce & Beyond is focused on pulling back the curtain on the mysteries of the divorce process and bringing tips and resources to help people to thrive and shine in their new future beyond divorce.
Episode 24 - Don’t Let Divorce Dictate Your Future - with Susan Guthrie
Live Authentically Podcast with Pamela Savino
Most people that make the conscious decision to get married, don’t have an immediate expectation of getting divorced. However, things happen throughout life, people change, situations arise, and circumstances can create a deep-seeded conflict. Some people find that these issues are too deep to resolve.For over 20 years, Susan Guthrie spent countless days and nights fighting for her clients. As a divorce and litigation attorney to the wealthy, her practice focused on high conflict, multi-million dollar divorces. Every day for nearly 20 years, Susan listened to, supported, and went to battle for her clients amongst the competitive landscape that is the adversarial divorce court system. Hearing the stories, seeing the people impacted, and feeling the emotions that were a result of the divorce took its toll on Susan. It got to the point where she felt burned out and considered to stop practicing law altogether.It was in those moments that Susan realized her interest, concern, and empathy started to run dry. It didn’t only impact her emotionally, mentally, and physically, but it also reflected in the way she supported and served her clients.“I always felt exhausted emotionally, mentally, physically. I literally was just depleted. I was honestly at a point where I was going to stop practicing law entirely. I cared so much about my clients lives. I felt the burden of my clients issues. I felt I had to be their warrior because that is the way the system is built upon winning and losing. Many of us have a competitive nature. There was a part of that that was fed by the competition. It truly will burn you out. You get compassion fatigue. I became less empathetic to what my clients were going through. I stopped being able to have the same level of care for them. It wasn’t that I didn’t want to, it was almost my self-protection kicking in.”Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you felt completely drained, depleted, and not excited about something that you were once passionate about? Burnout is real. Compassion fatigue is even more real. When you’re in an industry that thrives in a competitive environment and landscape, it becomes nearly unavoidable to experience. If you’ve ever felt the devastating effects of burnout or compassion fatigue, or if you think you are on the brink of it, you’ve got to listen to Susan Guthrie’s story. She shares how she embraced change, shifted her perspective, and altered her new reality through her commitment to herself, and her clients. She did all of this through living authentically from litigation into mediation, coaching, and mindset.Join Pamela Savino on Tuesday, July 21st, 2020 for the Live Authentically Podcast series, where she speaks with one of the most well-known divorce attorney’s in the industry and a podcast extraordinaire: Susan Guthrie. Join us for a deep discussion on how to “focus forward” when overcoming the many challenges that often result from divorce.
[LOVE] Ep. 120 Prenups: What You Need To Know w/ Susan Guthrie
You Turn Podcast w/ Ashley Stahl
Have you talked to your partner about your views on money? Join Ash this week for a unique relationship topic: prenuptial’s. Ash sits down with Susan Guthrie, a lawyer, and expert on divorce and family law to discuss what a prenuptial is and whether you need one or not. In the last few decades relationships have expanded beyond traditional ideals. The data is in, and the marriage rates are going down. And with this decline, comes an increase in cohabitation before marriage and unwed parenting. Ash and Susan talk through the culture changed of today and what that means for building a lasting relationship. With people waiting till later in life to get married, more complexity is naturally introduced as a couple enters into marriage. More people are entering into prenuptial and need to have a full understanding of what all that entails. Susan shares what is included in a prenuptial and when you should have the conversation. The reality is, a marriage is a legal transition in your life on top of a personal relationship change. Regardless of your professional and financial standing, listen in to hear Susan’s examples of what this joint entity means moving forward. Divorce is something that still happens, Susan gives her inside views on what often leads to divorce. Listen in the hear the indicators of an unraveling relationship and the single most common reason why relationships move further and further apart. Don’t worry, a prenuptial isn’t all scary and bad, it opens the doors to have powerful conversations about your relationship and how to grow closer together. Susan talks through how to have this conversation and what topics to work through. In This Episode, You Will Learn: The benefits of a prenuptial. How to have a conversation with your partner about money. The balance between a spender and a saver in relationships. Trends that cause divorce. Where You Can Find: Susan Guthrie: divorceinabetterway.com Podcast: Divorce and Beyond Promotion: Want to land the job you love? Visit youturnpodcast.com/joboffer